A project focused on the kingdom's Mafraq governorate is informing Syrian refugees about their rights and helping them access legal aid.
Lebanese security authorities are overseeing the repatriation process for Syrian refugees who wish to return voluntarily to their hometowns.
More than 95,000 Syrians have been victims of enforced disappearance since March 2011, with the Syrian regime responsible in most cases.
Syrian refugees and marginalised women in three host countries are receiving help to advocate for their rights and take part in peace-building.
Syrians who took refuge in Lebanon have begun to return to their homeland, though many challenges and concerns remain.
Syrian refugees living in Egypt say they will not heed the regime's call for them to return without guarantees of their safety and other rights.
The kingdom says it cannot accommodate a new wave of refugees who seek to flee Syria as a result of the escalation on the southern front.
A severe shortfall in funding for programmes that serve refugees means aid cuts will need to be made later this month, agencies warn.
The World Food Programme has raised the amount of food aid it provides to Syrian refugees in response to the removal of a bread subsidy.
The IRGC officer oversees militias operating in Syria independently of the Syrian regime and works to further Iran's expansionist agenda.